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Updated: 4/19/15 3:05 pm

Player | Ht | Wt | Pos | Team | Age

Karl-Anthony Towns

  1. Minnesota | Karl-Anthony Towns | 7-0 | 250 | C | Kentucky | 19

When it's all said in done. Towns' athleticism may give him the edge over Okafor, who struggled against other opposing big men in the NCAA Tourney. But with UK 38-1, he drops to the 2 slot, where the Wolves pick him up to replace impending free agent Nikola Pekovic. *Amar'e Stoudemire
Jahlil Okafor

  2. New York | Jahlil Okafor | 6-11 | 270 | C | Duke | 19

He gets the edge over Towns now since his team made it to the Title Game. Kid seems like the real deal, the Knicks like him as their big man of the future. *Al Jefferson
Emmanuel Mudiay

  3. Philadelphia | Emmanuel Mudiay | 6-5 | 190 | PG | Congo | 19

A talented shot creator who can drive to the basket, but takes bad shots and isn't very aggressive. The Lakers have to make a splash with this draft pick. Steve Nash just retired, they need a franchise PG. *John Wall
D'Angelo Russell

  4. *LA Lakers | D'Angelo Russell | 6-5 | 180 | PG/SG | Ohio State | 19

Russell dazzled in OSU's only Tourney win. Philly is looking for a PG after trading MCW and may now like Russell more than Mudiay. *Goran Dragic/Brandon Roy
Trey Lyles

  5. Orlando | Trey Lyles | 6-10 | 250 | PF | Kentucky | 19

Lyles is a young guy who has the potential to be a good pick and pop player when he develops. He's been the rock for UK during its historic season. I like him as the Kings' new PF of the future in their frontcourt of the future with Boogie. *Channing Frye
Justise Winslow

  6. Sacramento | Justise Winslow | 6-6 | 229 | SG/SF | Duke | 19

Winslow is a big time athlete who can score in a variety of ways. He could play the 3 for the Pistons, who have been weak at the position since waiving Josh Smith. *James Harden/Jimmy Butler
Stanley Johnson

  7. Denver | Stanley Johnson | 6-7 | 245 | SF | Arizona | 18

Has the makings of a strong defender at the next level. His jumpshot is a work in progress. A proven winner at the high school level. Tobias Harris is a free agent and isn't much more than a role player anyway. *Ron Artest
Kristaps Porzingis

  8. Detroit | Kristaps Porzingis | 7-1 | 220 | PF | Latvia | 19

Tremendous size, great length and is still growing. Falls a bit in this mock draft. The Rockets get one of the steals of the first round at #14. *Rik Smits
Devin Booker

  9. Charlotte | Devin Booker | 6-6 | 205 | SG | Kentucky | 18

Booker is very raw and a work in progress, but in a draft poor in shooters he's worth a shot. I could see him playing an Evan Turner-type role on the Sixers. *J.R. Smith
Willie Cauley-Stein

  10. Miami | Willie Cauley-Stein | 7-0 | 240 | C | Kentucky | 21

A defensive-minded big man, one of if not the best shot blocker in NCAAB. WCS would be a solid replacement for Roy Hibbert. Also, the Pacers generally need frontcourt depth to replace the aging David West and disappointing Luis Scola. *Tyson Chandler
Kelly Oubre

  11. Indiana | Kelly Oubre | 6-7 | 200 | SF | Kansas | 19

A solid passer and rebounder with good defensive ability. With DeMarre Carroll a free agent, the Hawks could look at the several young wing prospects in this draft as potential replacements. *Trevor Ariza
Myles Turner

  12. Utah | Myles Turner | 6-11 | 243 | PF/C | Texas | 19

Excellent size, blocking, and rebounding ability with a good shooting stroke. My Jazz may like him as their 3rd big because unlike Favors and Gobert, he mostly operates from the perimeter. *Pau Gasol
Mario Hezonja

  13. Phoenix | Mario Hezonja | 6-8 | 215 | SG/SF | Croatia | 20

Super Mario can make a shot from anywhere on the court, very good in transition and off the dribble. Another prolific scorer for the Hornets. Lance Stephenson was a disappointment in his first season in Charlotte. *Nick Anderson
Tyus Jones

  14. Oklahoma Cty | Tyus Jones | 6-1 | 190 | PG | Duke | 18

Russ is playing like crazy lately and can hold down the 1 with Reggie Jackson gone. Jones is the best PG available at this point and, based on potential alone, probably the best in the draft.
Sam Dekker

  15. *Atlanta | Sam Dekker | 6-9 | 230 | SF | Wisconsin | 20

A smart and versatile combo forward with good size, length, and mobility. Excels in catch-and-shoot situations. The Celtics find a go-to scorer and finally land a replacement for Paul Pierce. Judging especially by his performance in the Tournament so far, I'd say big things are in store for Dekker in the NBA. *Danilo Gallinari
Kevon Looney

  16. Boston | Kevon Looney | 6-9 | 220 | SF/PF | UCLA | 19

Looney is a terror on the glass thanks to his length and versatility. The Suns need a defensive identity and could make that rebounding with someone like Looney. *Taj Gibson
Frank Kaminsky

  17. Milwaukee | Frank Kaminsky | 7-0 | 240 | C | Wisconsin | 22

High basketball IQ and the ability to stretch the floor. Larry Sanders quit basketball due to emotional disorders, a sad end to a career for an exciting young defensive player who was just starting to come into his own. The Bucks replace him with an in-state favorite and Final Four MOP candidate. *Raef LaFrentz
Jerian Grant

  18. *Houston | Jerian Grant | 6-5 | 205 | PG | Notre Dame | 22

Grant had a great season, leading the Irish to the Sweet Sixteen and regaining his stock as a potential lottery pick. He'd add offensive efficiency and leadership to the Wizards as Wall's backup of the future. *Reggie Jackson
Bobby Portis

  19. Washington | Bobby Portis | 6-10 | 240 | PF | Arkansas | 20

An efficient rebounder whose offensive game is a work in progress. Liked his play in the Tournament. The Nuggets have the Manimal, but wouldn't surprise me to see them shake up the draft with a pick like this. *Tim Thomas
  20. Toronto
  21. Dallas
  22. Chicago
  23. Portland
  24. Cleveland
  25. Memphis
  26. San Antonio
  27. *LA Lakers
  28. *Boston
  29. *Brooklyn
  30. Golden St.
  31. Minnesota
  32. *Houston
  33. Philadelphia
  34. *LA Lakers
  35. *Philadelphia
  36. *Minnesota
  37. *Philadelphia
  38. Detroit
  39. Charlotte
  40. Miami
  41. Brooklyn
  42. Utah
  43. Indiana
  44. Phoenix
  45. Boston
  46. Milwaukee
  47. *Philadelphia
  48. Oklahoma Cty
  49. Washington
  50. *Atlanta
  51. *Orlando
  52. Dallas
  53. *Cleveland
  54. *Utah
  55. San Antonio
  56. *New Orleans
  57. *Denver
  58. *Philadelphia
  59. Atlanta
  60. *Philadelphia